A day after the anniversary of his son Jay’s death, Jim Litt has trained Song And Laughter to an emotional win at Canterbury.
Any fears Kerrin McEvoy might have had about Redzel doing too much early in the race have been allayed by the three-year-old’s dominant win in the July Sprint at Canterbury.
The end of season rating review is used as an opportunity to re-examine the ratings of all horses in training in advance of the next racing season.
It will be up to local trainer Richard Nutman to fly the family flag on home turf at Hawkesbury on Sunday.
Trainer Gai Waterhouse has ruled out a Cox Plate preparation for English during the Melbourne Spring Carnival with the Group 1 winning filly to be kept to a sprinting campaign.
Mark Young vividly recalls his thoughts when Rosemont Stud’s Anthony Mithen told him he had been chosen as the trainer for Rock’n’rollrock.
Trainer Shea Eden will rely on jockey Dwayne Dunn’s opinion before embarking on a Victoria Derby campaign with rising three year old Stately Boy.
Well-bred three-year-old Bugle Call could earn himself a trip to co-trainer Michael Moroney’s Melbourne base if he continues to hit the right notes.
Kris Lees has a sizeable team heading to Canterbury Park on Saturday as he nears a century of season winners for a fifth time.
Benefit taken from last start has Darren Weir confident Voodoo Lad can go one better in Saturday’s $80,000 Bruce Gadsden Handicap (1200m) at Flemington.
Trainers are warned that the Australian Racing Forensic Laboratory (ARFL) is capable of detecting the presence of the prohibited substance glaucine.
The Kim Waugh team will saddle up a trio of gallopers at Canterbury on Saturday, with last start winner Tickling taking her place in Race 1 Happy Birthday Martin King Handicap whilst Forget and Dylan’s Rojo are both second up heading into their respective assignments, race 7 and race 8.